Chances are you’re on this page because you like wine and you live in the Spokane area. Spokane is home to 17 fantastic wineries (okay Overbluff Cellars won’t open for a few more weeks). Did you know that 9 of the wineries have tasting rooms within a 5 mile radius? You don’t have to travel to Walla Walla or Prosser for your wine journeys. Take a stay-vinocation and enjoy some local juice.
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Spokane Tasting Room Tour – Most Spokane tasting rooms are open. Check out this tasting room map for contact information, hours of operation and video reviews.
Niko’s Wine Bar – “WILD about Washington Chardonnay” Tour (2005) $10 for 3 wines, two ounces each pour. Here’s the flight: Chinook (Yakima) L’Ecole N 41 (Columbia Valley) and Buty (“Conner Lee” Columbia Valley). Cheers! 725 West Riverside Spokane 509 624-7444 (Thanks to Sip of Spokane for digging this one up)
Lone Canary – Please note that Lone Canary winery will not be open this weekend.
Friday April 16
Whitestone Tasting Room Anniversary 111 S. Cedar – Celebrate the one year anniversary of the Whitestone tasting room in Spokane!
Davenport Hotel – Live music from 8pm – midnight 20% off all food and drink if you mention you’re a Facebook fan.
Left Bank Wine Bar – Live music ever Friday starting at 8pm, 60 wines by the glass
Saturday April 17
Rocket Market – Saturday drop in tastings, complimentary pours 3-6pm
Nodland Cellars – The tasting room is open Noon – 4pm at 11616 E Montgomery Rd. Get into their tasting room and get on the mailing list. The only way to be invited to the “special release” is to be on the mailing list.
Earth Day 40th Anniversary – Taking it to the Streets, 11 am to past midnight! Community booths, vendors, and music/performance outside from 11a.m. to approximately 5 p.m. Live music, performers, and food/beverage vendors inside the Community Building Warehouse until midnight. On Main St. between Browne and Division.
Festival of Wine and Flowers The Festival of Wine and Flowers is Spokane’s most prestigious tasting and auction of ultra-premium Washington wines. This annual fundraising event supports the comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute provides to adults and children throughout our region. $125 for wine and auction; $200 for Winemakers Dinner
Get out and enjoy one of the many tasting rooms in Spokane!
On the radar:
Check out this post featuring four amazing can’t miss Spokane Winery events
- April 20 – Madelines French Bistro Wine Dinner (w/ Vino Wine Shop)
- April 23 – Latah Creek releases a new wine with a new abstract art label
- April 24 – Nodland Cellars releases a very limited (40 cases) Walla Walla Cabernet Sauvignon (p.s. DrinkNectar is the only media that has been invited to this event)
- April 30 – Barilli Cellars pre-release party (to Facebook friends and family)
- May 7-9 – Spring Barrel tasting weekend